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Pros: It looks nice on the desk, and it can tilt
Cons: I can't turn the thing on because the box didn't have a power cable. As of right now, it's a ginormous paper-weight that takes up desk space.
Other Thoughts: Did anyone actually check what went into the box before they shipped it?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Having owned this case for about a month, I can say it's very good for the price you pay. It's large enough to accommodate most large graphics cards and CPU coolers, and has enough cable management options for most people's needs. It also comes with 2 USB 2.0 slots and 3.5 mm speaker and headphone jack on the front panel. I also am a fan of the overall aesthetic of the case, but that's a subjective thing.
Overall, this case should be fine for almost anybody, whether they're building their first PC, or upgrading from something else.
Cons: I do have a few very minor complaints, starting with the fact that when you plug something into the front panel USB slots, it doesn't sit flush with the case, leaving a small amount exposed. While this may not bother some people, it's not something I'm a fan of, although it's not bad enough to take off an egg. Also, this case was large enough that I had trouble connecting some of my case fans to my motherboard in a way that didn't look horrible. Again, it's not enough to take off an egg, but it's something to be aware of.READ FULL REVIEW